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Authored by: scottbayes on Jun 30, '10 04:23:10AM

Bonus: in Safari 5, if you select Reader first (not always available) you can print the cleaned up version of the web-page for use in iBooks. The printer icon in the HUD-type control bezel in Reader works nicely too, giving you a full print dialog.



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Authored by: stdtestingexpert on Jul 09, '10 09:35:50AM

That is a bonus! I have only recently went MAC and am trying to convince my wife to do the same. She always complains about how IE crashes on her and I always tell her how nice Safari is, but she still won't switch. :(

Oh well...I'll add this to my list of perks to keep throwing out at her. :)

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Andrew M. Gibson



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Authored by: zo219 on Oct 18, '10 05:45:38PM

Just a reminder to a new user that it's spelled Mac, as in Macintosh.

MAC in all caps stands for Media Access Control address (MAC address) "a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on the physical network segment." (Thanks, wikipedia!)

Welcome to the Mac!



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